Recap: measuring linux performance - how to avoid typical mistakes

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Mattias Geniar, July 09, 2020

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In the last two weeks, Peter Zaitsev published a 4-part series on measuring Linux performance on this blog.

His writings cover the 4 main areas where you can spot performance problems on any Linux machine, with practical tips on how to draw the right conclusions. Here are the individual pieces:

I found these gave a good overall summary of the things to be on the look-out for whenever you’re troubleshooting slow applications or slow servers.

Hope you enjoyed them!

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